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    VOL. XU.
$2.00 Per Year
INDEPENDENCE POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAYMARCH 9, ld94
Five Cents P t (opy.
16
! INDEPENDENCE
CLASSIFIED
Business Directory.
(,1K.I, Ut .vii.N M ' lle.tHl nf
fciriiM lAWr saw as tee ieioioittf afedian-.
',Vii( (ilfwl ' assess" ' witH ts
r wiii u " nm A F"
ftYttfol.
, BANKS.
lud. SiMiai.l. Main ami M.MiiiiouthHls.
Ural Nation), O. Main "
ROKtRS, GRAINiindHOfa
Uk it litrjr. Flrl Katmnal !:.
BILLIARD HALL.
rink 0. Paileraoa, Main at real.
BLACKSMITHS
II. A. ruiier.Calrwi.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
( ItntffliM Hr , XUI sirwU
BRICK.
J. 51, Cuoeer, cormtr (' slnwl,
CARPENTERS CON T R AC T O R S .
lllt'll A I'laineMI. utile H tw.
t amt'twll A o-ml ni at iHnity A "e.ld-''s
city orricjALs
A, M, Nurley, Mayor.
Uea. W . Heed. Kerorder,
Andy Tui'iwr, Marshal..
CHURCHES A PASTORS.
tMpttel, J. Frd Jenkins.
I'rrkbytvrtmi. J. A.TijwnwHd,
Cnaf mjaikaial. 1. V. I)llns.
Kantllrl," A.CoUy.
Votlimli-t.T. W. Iviler,
I'tirUltau. No iwldeot rt"V.
DAIRIES.
J . Vant irdi-l. Independence,
DENTISTS.
, A. .Mulkoy. tl'tHMrarll Brick, lip alalra.
J. It. Jnhuaou.Or. IUIIiimuI Monmouth, nut
DOCTORS. ,.,
Ue liaiiMit, lul. Natl Hank, up atalw.
K. U KeU-bum, Munmnuili (H., oaar It. B.
O. I). Uullvr, ier liouw., up alalnn.
DRAY COM PAN IE S""
" Hubbard 4 HiwitK, KuIimhU Mir.
W. I. F.lklus. leave order l llolel.
DRESSMAKERS
Mlu plit ioit. at realdnii, Unllr-wd at.
DRUGGISTS.
Khellry, Alexaadtsr A ito.. Mala air.
Pattcrnm llru.. Uwrn house.
FLOUR MU.LS
lud. Mill .,. Mkliintr A I'n.
mnr Mills, l. W. Hear A Co.
FURNITURE.
K. U. Hern, er. 1' o J Mela atruet.
W.O.t'ous. Whtteak-r brick.
GEN'L MDSE:"
iTiMruiiorrA UlrchHri, Main street,
J. M. Vsndiiyn.Cur Main ul C atmi!.
J. A. Mllla-Wlilttmker brli-U.
GROCERIES.
Wllivii, lUlilwlu A Co.. iilli i(Io C irci't
Mfi;i'.hi'niii A Wiiiiilfrc, C'nnifr Main A
Imuiy A l".M.M-k, Went ha Mln liw.
J. I'. IrvliiD Whlnnki'r brick.
HARDWARE & AGL. IMPTS.
J. K. O'IMurv'll, for. Mnlu MiwiiumiIIi
II. M. Wml A tv,. Slain nn) Munmmith Hl.
JOB POINTER;,
W r-sr Miur. outre, Main ulnwt.
LAUNDRY.
lnit. Htcam Laundry, A.J. Arhlwm.
LAWYERS.
A. M. Hnrlfy, Main utrnel.
N. A. Hmllli. Inil. Nufl Hank, up utalm.
LIVERY STABLES.
Petr Cook, Mutn mrttflt.
Kll Jolmwin. Muln ulreet.
LUMBER.
Pmninll A Vnt, kw mill.
MARBLE WORKS.
O. I., tluwkliu, cor. Kullr wa mid K "Irwu.
m iyifr ,i 'r. i irrTi-rtT- ' - 111 "
MEAT MARKETS.
Kred Miller, CitreH,
HpcrllUK lir.M., Muln tnift.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
W. (J. Hliarmaii.C.atrwjl.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
1). U,('ruvi?n, C at tw't, north lde.
RESTAURANTS.
City KMlnumnt, 0. t. Cniiiplwll, I'rop.
SECRET SOCI STIES.
InUv(le No U, A. O, V, W.
Valley Ln-lge No. , I. O, 0. If. ;
Lynn Ijidne No. 29, A, K. A. M.
Homer 1nlgo No. , K. nfl'.
Kedrnon
WiKidmni'ii.
KelwRnli Iwca IOOK, ('lover Lmif No. M.I
SALOONS.
The (lem-.r. It, Ciwr, prop.
The C!atle-H. ). Uwenx, prop.
SASH u DOORS.
MIU:hell A notliiruion, Muln traet,
M, T, ("row, nwir depot.
GEO. E. BREY,
mSALHH IS
t fe M Wx, k
J
lnsiepd"ce,
Oregon. 48
"When I was a Boy"
Wrltwi lVwtmntt(r J. C, Wihummis,
F.wt Hill. W. Vft., "1 hail a bron
chial troubl of "Hi'll A JxTHlnttUit
ami ntttlibtint rhann-tcr. tlmt tlif
rtiH-tor jirouotmceil tt iiintrnble wliU
oiilinary ittftllt'lnos, ami advised
m to try Ayw'a Chwry IVtortil.
I ttlJ fsn, tntt on UUli cuml inc.
For the last fiftwn ypant, I have
unxl thin jrptirutlon with good
Jttwt htwvir 1 take
A Dad Cold,
and I know of numtwr of pwple
wlio ktM'ji U In the lnme all Hit! ttmt
rtt ttmaltlerlim It ftfe to bo with
ottt it," '
"I hart Wn lng Ayr"t Chaffy
Tec tirl In my family ttr So yrr, with
Ilia biimI aatl(nrtory riwulta, and ran
ehnor fully rwoniini'iid It aa IhiIiik .
elatly ailiiled to all pulmonary coin.
plalnta. I hava, fur many yearn, mal
rulnionary and other nwdlelnna apw-lal
Itudy, and t have mine to th om'lnloti
that Ayer'a Cherry Ftwtoml oti'iiplfa a
JV. wit Ion re-rmitlrlil vr otlipr medl.
rtn.a of tha thwa." C'lma. Oiiveniwrt,
lJivr, N, J.
-Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
)TirNd ey Pr. J. C. A y V, jwft, U m.
Prompttoact.suretocure
CHAS. STAATS,
(Hu-rr to Ul'ltUAHU A KfiAVS.)
PHUfUIKriHt of
CityTruck and Transfer Co.
Hauling of nil Kimk Done til
KeuoimMe Kotw.
Agents for the 0. P. Boats.
All bllla miwt be m'ttlwl by Dm IMh 01
eu'li tiKitiili.
Independence, Oregon.
Steamer Altona !
Salem aid Indepentlencs
To Portland
I iivin Inil. M'iiili'iiiv am! Suli'iti
Moixlny, WiHln.-wl-iy nml Krliliiy, liv-
lll llllll',llll 'IU'' 111 Cil'i. Hllll'IH III
1-M a. in., uii'l arriving tit i'jrtlntul nl
ji. tit,
I.i-iivih I'ortluoil Tu adny, Thitnul.iy
rikI Kiilunmy sit :IS tt tn.., riilriil lor
Imli-IK mk'nw) lit 4 p, m.
E-velklit lil'iiU atTVfil cut lmtit ill
JH cciiIm r moot.
I'tuuMMiKi'm a iv tlitif ami nimioy by
Uikliig IhU lint) t I'liriluml,
Hiiimr will enrry ftitt tltrouuli
fn-lKbl ami iilli'ia npi'diil ruiimm lurKt'
lotn. "
UllPXIvHl'l) hlUWIIKlT ni'1'l'llllllinlll-
Hutu. Mltvlti'll, Vilnt A Co , Ufttir
ul nutMitM, Iliiltiiiitt block, HuliMii, (r.
GREATLY
REDUCED
RATES
Mada
by tha
SOUTKEflN PACIFIC B0BPAI1
FOR THE
CALIFORNIA
MIDWINTER FAIR
ROUND 1 K I T TICKETS
GOOD FOR 30 DAYS
Portland to San Francisco
AND RETURN. '
$27.50
Including FIVE Gate Tickets
TO THE FAIR.
EXCURSION TRIPS
From Han PriineKeo toother point In Ch.
forrla will lie iillownl inirehHMi r of e(nielnl
Mldwtnlar 1'iiU' tlKkutaaltlic following niiinil
irlprnlvat To Htnllon nnilnrlGO mil'1" trnm Htm Fran.
lneo, One and One.l nml ou.wy rain.
To Hti-llona 160 mlleaor more from Hun
FrHiielK;o,(ine unci om-llllli otiii-wuy fiire.
For exact rntea and full tn flirm lit Ion, Inquire
ofj. B. KIRKLAND, KWrh't l'Heinur
Aijent, i;H Flint Ht i'ortliuid, r or nddrean
tlii) iinderalKiicd. T. U. (100DMAN,
UICIIAIttl UllAY, Oen. l'iiHneiir Ant,
(Jen. TmlHo Manager, Hun KmnclKeo, Cul,
Aug, H
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
A BRIEF CHRONICLE, OF CURflENT
NEWS OF IMPOHTANCE.
DwHan Beaantliig Ntrrvl lmirnvmenl
Aaeiui.ulie.tlaill OlRevra lndtvlfrt.
Furlun for a HimiIIiU, h-ll'.hi.p tad
lliuk lll-TrHilj at Kligelia, ''.
Htiinlnia ar k"Im 'iiitbitf tu
lliutluwy bay,
Tim Itiitmer Vlni,vt'i imtiiimny ln
Iticoi-piM'tilpJ at FrwoA) with a inpilitl of
iW,t"io.
Tha City Nntlomil ami tho WivhIiIhk.
bm Nuthmal, two Imtikii of fipikw;i,r
to (HitiMiltiltitn,
A llW Colurtxt OiM Fullnwa' lml IliM
Uim orgauisfil at ItakMniNuliI With IH
ehartnr mi'inlw,
m 3. Clutu V'IUtiwlltt(t' f Ban
Fraiiidwn li'ft od.ooo tu titbl'sH au
linliiHtriAl at'huol la iHiiiiiix'itnii Willi t!i
onivnrslty if Califurni.
A Ki'txtbllcun ilit on tlw tunnk'lpal
Mektd at San Jia la parout, owiu to
ttut aiMttmption ( dxi iiitx'h powr by
liiuolty wulral coimiiilttHi.
A'Tsttmia papr y tha Chlmiw
aiuttg).tii in that nvti.iii whnti loird
irmwl ft(t'n clinliia ami Imtln oti tln'ir
Uvlhtf fivlht aud ilMp them into tha
Octau.
Captain W. IL Harrla ai'iit 1HT htm
at apple to Kati KraiP'Swo from Myrtlo
I'olut, Or., and r.'iili.e.l iviitu tii't cm
twwll bo.
Waturoiim & KaU, th larj;iht uter.
pjiiitlla hm at Pwrt Town-n-tiil, riitU
biiheil over Jh yoart, baa fiiiltl, Lliibill
tli, 11.000; um U, (iki.uik), of which
fiki.ooo an preferred.
A uuuinler bakkiiiK ali.tt k. pmbalily
tha larjjiwt w catiturwl ou this riatat,
wan canglu aUnit 500 yarl front thw
tK'l Monttt bath hotlM wlmif nml tuwml
aliom Tha iiuutotfr U in tin' uuijl)Ur-
UiiihI of 4i fm't la k'ltjth,
A piwliral lit iv Uvn mulaof tha
riHwnily riiinplrtMl ooif.ill -w..r run
nitii( It) iiitlra from Lm Auki-Ii tu tha
orrnii. Vir wan run thmuh the en
tiro IctiKlh of tha atwr, whii'h Wa
fimnd to work aatinfai'tortly.
Tha Pmiplo'a I bona Havtttgn liank of
tvtii Krain'laiHi baa won Ha mil to fura
clow on tha aetata of Frwiiinn (niinlr
In San lHei.ii, a nmrU'iie fur f Ki.ooo fur
BKiliny loaned in im utl abuttt S.IHH)
K'tta of tha Munaerrat ranch near
Owanahla.
Bait I to imminence at Harramanlo
aKiiiiliit J. N. K. WiImiii, utiili' liiiiriuu'
folilluimlolter, for ftM I'ollivlwl hy hi 111
and not returiUHl to the etukt tnnmry.
Tha ba war kaatUil in th Pai'llio
bank and war awulluwe.1 in tha faiiitra
Of that inatitutlun.
Walter J. Thtimpaou, praaldctit; tjaut
oel Oillyar, callinr! Manry Onitu. vii-a
pmtident, and 11. J. I'iivia, aaaialatit
caahiar of tha daf unot Mm-hanta" !ank
of Twtntia, have Iwau liidu-tfHi by tha
federal k""'1 jry fur rlolatiiiK tha
I'nilrd (itatea bnnkiiig liiwa, Klghl
count ara contained to cat'h iiidiidiueiiL
UlKht Itov. John A. Padibx k of Ta
coma, biahop of the dioo'oii of Wtim
VWIilntftiHi, ia lyitiK In a critical condi
tion at Miraniar, a roanrt ncur Santa
liariiara. It la tha nwult of a atroka of
pnraty.iia, lliahup Paddock baa bHu
itoppiuK at Miraniar for wveral monilia
on account of ill health, ami up to t hi
attack haa Ihh'ii itnproviiiK, Two of hta
daiightcm art. with him.
John Lawla, a rolured laaitblitck of
Olympla, Waah., haa kuiic tu Caii.td.i to
prove Ida lilt'iitity and claim a fort u no
of .'iit0,ti00. It aaaiim that a kind old
ludy, who adopted hint aa her aervant
yearK" dli'd rctwttly in CaiiniU with
out leaving iiiitnr.il tu ira and wilted bar
fortune, to tlio colorwl laiy who wta, ao
kind to bfr In yaar um by, but tut alio
bad lout bin adilroFM the adiiiiiiiatnitor
dvartlwd fur the heir. An Olympla
ginllcman aw the advertwyiui'iit and
liifortned Lt-wia. Tha latter, nearly
crn.ed with Joy at tha nawa, put op hia
bootblack kit and took th tirat train fur
Canada.
The California aitpri'tiie court haa ren
dered an iniHirtmit dccllon in tha suit,
of WilcoJtiin agiilttat tlw city of Kan Luia
ObtHpo. Tha action involved an aaaawi
ineiit fur the wiili'iiiiijc of a public atrwit.
Wilcoxon did Hot oliject to the aaitwia
mwit except In ao fur that It providad
for tha cotititmpliited (ixpima of grad
ing and Improving tha property con
detuned to widmi the atrwt. It in now
declared by the siiprtm court that Wil
cnxiiii waa rixht, and that under tha act
of March 8, 1H01, pruviilliiK fur tlta wid
ening; of Htrtnta, lauirda of Bnicrri8orH
cniinot saddle ownera of tha condnmned
property with any expenaa for (rradin
and iniprovctuifnt of anch property.
Chief Justice Ileal I y nut only coucunwl
with hia collwiH'iH'a, but in a concurring
Opinion declared hia belief that tlm lug
ialative act of 111 i uucoiiNtilntioual,
The JndKiuHtit of tha lower court In
favor of Wilcojton waa iillli nmd,
Eugene (Or.) wna ahocked the other
night by a tarribln tragedy, Allairt
Momh, a young man aged 20, in a frenzy
of ruga attempted to kill the Coleman
family and ttlinimt succeeded. Young
Mokb and hia father had boiiio trouble
over family mat tan a week ago, the ex
act nature of which, oould not lie learned.
The boy diauovered that David Coleman,
a neiglilxir, agreed with hia father in the
(liapnta. Muaa ptiruhoaad n revolver and
went to Coleman's reaidence. In the
parlor he met Coleman' diiughter,Miiui
Belle and Mrs, Emma Onbnrnn. After
tiilidng a few tnoinenta and without the
lightest warning, the young man drew
the revolver and began shouting at the
women. Hollo was shot through the
arm and Mrs. Osburne through the
brouHt. The latter wan killed Instantly.
Maddened by his work, Muss rushed
into old man Coleman's room and fired
eoveral shots at him. Two took effect,
one in each lung. The murderer ran
from the house pursued by the neigh
bors who board the pistol shuts, and go
ing to a vacant lot back of his own bouse
committed suiclda by putting a ball
through, mi hwurt.
The Columbian Flr IiMUranc cow-
jtiy baa collapsed. .
, Tha farcical trial of Oorbett at Jaok
fouvllla for prlita flgblluK rvaullad, at
wa.i eiaclwl, In aonultlai
Mrs, David lloaeitU-rgoref Klttanlng,
Pb reeently gavo blrtb to flva chlhlran,
throw girls and two boy a. All art allva
and doing well.
Judge Chapman of Nebraska City,
N 'b sentenced Z. T. W bite, who waa
convicted of liaitBinjt tkf wtary Morton
in .v, to jtay a Una of 10 and tha
roata of proaia'utiou. A motion for a
tiew trial waa overruh.d. White' at
tornnya will appeal tha caaa to tba
iupnm court.
Natural gas from tha blgh preaaura
main linked Into tba bear oallar of
Itnlau'bV brewery at Tiftln, O. and whan
tho night walchman enterml early In
tha morning with lighted torch an
axptoaluo occurred which desoroyed tba
brewery and lawlly damagml tba bnlld
Inss near by,
A bill tu submit to a popular vote tha
consolidation of Now York, Mrooklyo
and sttburlw into una great city hat
IuuuhhI the New York legislature and
rmlved tlw signature of Oovarnor
Fluwor, If the oonaulldallon la effected,
(retr Kw York" will havtapopu
lation of nearly p.iHXl.tXH),
1 ba question of opening the Uintah
and Ciicompahfrr nwrvatioti In Utah
tu M'ltleni.-nt is nndnr oonaideratlon by
Ailing Secretary of tba Interior Sltna.
Tha amount of bind involved It esti
mated at 4,000,000 acres, rich In valu
able minerals, Thrra art 400,000 aoret
of asphallutn land.
Ilia Baldy Mountain Land and Water
company has undertaken to bring out a
large colony of (Ittrnians to settle on
binds alsmt ID luilm fnm IIeirla. Ban
lUTiiarditm cmuity. The company it
conducting water to tha land froinHhaep
cr.vk ami propoi to Irrigate 10,000
ai'rea.
Nearly all theemployeaof thtWorld't
Fair t Jackaoq park have lieen dta
charged, The working foree had been
reduced from tint to time during tha
lat mi week until iioInhIv was left but
the clerks iuOcneral Mamigi'rOrahain't
unicc, thrnepouipaniisi of IheUdiinibiaa
gnarits. several hnndrad men in tha me
chanical depsrtmnt and a lot of clerk
who went sidling furnitur and other
salvnga perhai Boo in all. AU wart
recently dropped but General Manager
Urahian'a men and tha guard.
A coiumtiiiicatton forwarded through
tha eoretiry.i'f war from the president
of the California debris commission askt
that some changes be made In tha law
rcubittn(; die operation of tha com.
tuWioti. There are many place where
a single deputy of the commission could
make the neeeaanry survey and thn
ewltto mailers. It Is desired that
deputy ofllcer may examine the lea
luiHrtalit applications fnnn miners and
r iKirt on them to tba board, thn allow
ing the commission Itatdf to act on thoa
applications of greater linsirtnca.
Much of the travel tn tha various site
of mine is difficult and consumes time.
The commission haa its lintel full with
the sitia on tha principal river.
Owing to the great demand for pnbllo
work In the parks of Itttshurg at t per
day, tha city employment committee
bnucd an order some time ago to em
ploy only married men. This had tha
effect of causing a big lux mi In business
at tba marriage license clerk' offlce.
Kvery unmarried Italian and Pole in
Pit tuburg seem to ba hunting a wifa.
One of them said that the boom In mat
rimony was caused by the refusal of the
Coiiimittiw to hire men who had nolsaly
lsa ilcieiuling on them. All the nmr
rigable young women who are willing
to Is'glu lite married state on tl jierday,
he said, hnd been taken, and miles tha
order is rescinded trouble will happen in
tba Italian and Polish colonics.
The sale of the article fonnd during
the World' Fair and sent to the lost
tod found bureau luw been postponed,
A protest has been Hindu by the Hnilers
who claim the articles should be re
turned to thsm If the owners cannot b
found. It Is a curious ussorttnent of
tuff tlmt is piled up in the sarvic
buihling. A thousand or more umbrel
las are corded up along tho wall. There
are fully 1,500 women' wraps, cloak
and Bhawls. A hundred or more leather
bags, such a women curry when they
go shopping, and a acorn or more ot
pocket lunik containing small sums of
money are in tho custodians hands.
Scores of rings wero left in the toilet
rooms and 10 women' watches were
ft iiiiid In the same plaoist, A dor.cn Held
gliwoH, 150 pair of apcoliiclaa and In
numerable canes wero also picked up.
PERSONAL
Ex-President Ilarrlaon has. irrived at
Pn'u Alto,
l (mieral tt!iHse!l A. Alger of Detroit
1 in Han Francisco.
Princess Colonna bus arrived in Cali
fornia, where she will spend tho winter.
P vHidciit Cleveland has returned to
Washinffton from bla bunting trip to
Virginia.
Congressman Wilson, whose Condi
tion hist week wna alarming, is con-
Titlewillg,
' ' vies Iloyt, tho playwright, wna
in , i ctl at New York to Caroline Mi
knl, an actress,,
Dr, Tuliungo has withdrawn his resig
nation as pastor of the lirooklyn tabor
uncle. Ilu will take a vacation and then
resume his duties in the church,
A big Tammany contingent is dno to
arrive at Han Francisco from New York
city. Following i tho lists Richard
Croker, boss of Tammany Hall; Thorns
F. ttllroy, mayor of New York) Thoma
E. Crimmlns, conrt contractor and a,
duciate Hider of tho Twentieth distrioti
Patriot iJivver, police Judge and leader
of the Second district; Harney O'Rourke,
boss of the Third district; James J,
Phclitn, ilock commissioner and lieuten
ant of ex-Mayor Ctrant; W. H. Burke,
police justice, lieutenant of May ,r Gil
roy and leader of the Twenty-sixth district,
" TliE NEWS IN BRIEF.
K CONDENSED COMPILATION OF
OUflMNT EVENTS.
lHWaal Mam mt All Jtlada oll4
tMra aait Arranit far Mu.y rod.
All Marflus Wards naor.d aat
(ha Ssasae af th News I'raaerna.
The Nkarguan war ia over, Tbt
govemniant won, , .
Rioting among rtriklng miner Itt
West Virginia noasii:d tba pn-iemw
of tha militia,
Ihawipreina court of California hn$
' d-mlded the capital removal cm e in fevor
of Sacramento,
i Bawttarta Ltninut and llerlrt have
datdared agalat (iMitbal) In tho military
and uaval acKdrmlas.
Peter Jackson think M flbt with
Cvrbott will coma off In Knglund, Ha
it confident of ticcea.
The Coney Island JiK'key club ha cut
tba porta for the great Suburban lwuU"
eaa from 44,0O0 to IU,000.
At tha instigation of Benator White
the tenate anaiaw committoe Increased
the duty fixed on wine, nute and frulte
by tba Wllnon tariff MIL
The 4narUuaut of agriculture hat
temixirariV diaoontluued tba distribu
tion of aad to farmer. Hereafter tha
distribution will bt mail by congres
Bieu. ,
Attorney Qeneral Olney ha rendered
an opinion that tlw commissioner of
pensions must giv 90 day' notic to a
pensioner before a pension can b u
pendad. A petition I being circulated in
Oeorgetown, Colo., which eallaopon th
liver tiM to atveda and Join the ro
publlc of Motioo. Mayor Pker, whose
name bead th petition, ay It will lie
clirubtd in evary wining camp hi the
WeaL
Illegal practice resorted to by the em
ploye of the Carnegie Hteel company In
the manufacture of armor for the gov
eminent oot th company MO,44.
thily thna who iiierintendnd the heat
lug and tempering were cogubunt of
the Irregularities.
Aa Omaha crank named Davl. who
long for fame, ba evolved a cbeme of
taking IS Leghorn chicken which lie
own and, walking all the way, drive
them before him to Ran Fnwelaeo. He
will travel hy easy stages and give the
bird all the rest they require.
Tha United Btate Circuit conrt at
Cheyenne, Wyo., has decided that the
receiver of the Union pacific cannot
change tha acale of wage in force at
the time they were spmted. Ibis is
a victory for the employe aa the recelv
tr contemplated a general I'educiiuii.
Thro female memlier o the Tuft
college at Havurhlll. Ma., were em.
tuarlly dtsmiased and fuot-ivn were tsua-
fsnded or riving an exliibilioti of bibb
Icklng and skirt dmicing to tha mem
ber of the Cnllego Uleo club, w ho were
on the campus.
Italian resident In tb rlninlty of l'.m
Jose hare organised an awlatlon for
the pnrpoae of teaching their children
their mother language. Tho children
Will lie taught out of regular school
hour so as to not Interfere with their
education in th lCngUah language.
Zimmerman, the amateur bicycling
champion of th world, ay in reply to
the challenge Issued by John 8. John
son, to race any man from a quarter of
a mile to five mile, that ho will meet
Johnson at any distance, provided a
Urge Rtak I put no the stake to be
not lea than t-l.OoO and from that up.
Secretary Herbert ha tnbmitted to
the senate commlMce on naval affair a
bill for the reorganisation of the navy,
It provide that the active list of the
Una shall consist ot 80 rear admiral, 60
captain, 100 oommsnders, 74 lieutenant
commander, i'i0 lieutenants, 73 lien
tenant of junior grade and a nnmber
of euslgn sufficient to maintain the
service,
Numaron mountain Hon, coyote
and other wild animal ware driven Into
the treeta of Salt Lake City by a recent
nowtorm. The lion created great
fear aa they were very bold, entering
the very heart of the city. Two of the
ferocious beast killed a horse and ate
it within four block of tha business
oentor. Hunter have secured several
of th animal.
Judge Groascnpp of the United Status
court at Chicago discharged the mU
road officials who refused to answer
question In the federal grand jury in
vestigation of tho working of the iiiler
ttato commeroe law. Thia practically
renders the law nugatory. Juiign Qross.
onpp said the fifth amendtnnnt to the
federal constitution granted witnesses
immunity from testifying to matters
which would incriminate theiu and con
gress could not pas any law contraven
ing that provision.
GnaKuohn of Ngjir York i in Taconia
making final preparation for a long,
haturdou trip, He leave soon for
Juneau, Alaska, from which place he
will start for New York city, keeping
on the North Canadian line till ho
reaches Dakota, HI carriage is a com
bination affair, with wheel set in run
ner. It will be hauled by a dog team.
He ba wagered a New York sporting
man that he can accomplish the journey
in 300 day by meant of a dog team,
Knehn pay hi own expense and is to
yecoive nothing if he fails to accom
plish the trip in the stipulated time.
The inventor of submarine warships,
Louis Gatlunann of Chicago, ban just
built a telescope ou a plan which will
revolutioniie telescope building and en
able every Btnall college in the country
to have a good a telescope a either the
costly Washington, the Liok or th
Yerke instruments, and will operate to
remove the existing bar to the building
of a telescope of any desired stae, He
doe not depend upon tho .uncertainty
of oasting a perfect block of glass large
enough to be ground into a 40-inch leus.
He take several (mail lenses, easily
macks, and of them build a large long,
Highest of all In Leavening Tower.--Lateat U. S. Gov't Report.
ABflUUIELY RED
.tECOftO OF CHIMES AND ACCIDENTS.
MclCana. tha (Jravesend (L. L) politi
cal boas, baa begun 1:1 term in King
Sing.
A Chinaman shot a mulatto tramp
near lilco while tha latter waa robbing
hi shanty,
William E. Burr, late cashier of tha
St. Louis National bank, I charged with
tmhcMtlliig g.'W.OOO.
A rs'iwt fnun Hluomlngton, InL,ay
a school teacher and M of her pupil
Were drowned while musing tha river
tn the tea,
Edward M. Field, the wrecker of hi
twn and his milter's fortunes, 1 mak
ing an effort to secure hi release from
th Ludlow-street jail at New York.
Donjan, thtj crank who sent Vice
President Btevettson a' threatening let
ter, ha bean tent to the penitentiary
for it) mouths for violating the postal
law.
The second trial of T. F. Langon, a
prominent farmer of Merced county, for
the murder of an Italian a few mouth
tgo, ha been decided hy the jury.
After being out IS minute it returned
a verdict of "not guilty. "
Harry Murray aud Ira Evan, aged 14
years, while coasting at Denver, wagered
their sled on tho result of a prize fight
between themselves. During the mill
Murray struck Evans a violent blow
under the heart, causing death in a few
tuinute.
' O. C Gregory, assistant cashier of
Gregory & (Son's bank at Dexter, Mich.,
; was found unconscious in the vault the
other morning. He had lieeu sand
bagged and the vault robtwd. It hi said
the thieve secured several thousand
, dollar.
j The caae against Oscar O. Well, who
1 Was sent from Santa Ana to San Quen
i tin two years ago for committing an as
sault with a deadly weapon upon hia
: itewon, and who waa brought back to
, Orange county a few week ago for a
new trial, lia been dismissed. Well
bad served almost lit full time in the
penitentiary before tba motion for hia
new trial prevailed.
Hcheig, the ex-teller of the Bank of
Minneapolis, has practically completed
the ooufeaaion of his gigantic steal from
that bank, admitting an emlwxzlement
of over ilSH.OUO. Oue strange feature
of the caae I that he robWd the bank of
t-TO.OOO prior to Jan. 1, 1888. The bank
people discovered this, but Hcheig wa
re-employed at an increased salary and
got away with au additional 73,000.
John Burke, banker aud one of the
leading men of the Northwest, haa been
Indicted by the Spokane grand jnry on
a charge of Interfering with officer
who had in charge William Masterson
and Ed Harris, nUoriou desperadoes.
Burke gave Mastarsou a pistol while be
waa nnder arrest, and the latter shot at
the oflloars. Masterson wa killed by
deputy sheriff In the fight In which
Burke attempted to aid the criminal.
The crime was committed two year ago.
E. J. McNabb, a baseball pitcher, shot
and fatally wounded Mrs, R. E. Bock
well and then killed himself at Pitta
burg, Ta. The two are well known in
every large town on the coast from Se
attle to Los Angelee. The woman waa
the wife of R. E. Rockwell, manager of
the Union Ice company at Seattle, while
McNabb pitched for tho Loe Angelea
team of the California league during
the latter part of the season of 1893,
Mr. Rockwell rim away with McNabb.
Two negro burglars entered the house
of Mca-ire Baker, a wealthy farmer, near
New Brunswick, N. J., and killed Mrs.
linker arid her 14-months-old child with
t hatchet. Both burglar were killed
by Baker. The child wa sick and Mm.
Baker waa sitting up with it, She saw
the negroca when they entered the room
and screamed, Oue of the fiends etrnok
her rejieatedly on the head with a
hatchet and then braiued the child,
when it oried. Baker was awakened by
the outcry of his wife and attempted to
get out of bed, He whs attacked by
both men and a desperate struggle fol
lowed. Baker wrenched the hatchet
from one of the men and killed him.
Tho other ran into an adjoining room.
Baker got his shotgun and killed the
second negro aa he was running down
stairs. During the struggle Baker waa
struck on the head with the hatchet aud
badly cut, Mrs. Baker and the child
were killed instantly.
There Is no place In Oregon where a
better meal Is served than at th res
taurant of Weatueott a Irwin, 271 Com
mercial street, Bnlcm. Meals 25 cts
AWARDED HIGHEST
Or P ft
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No AInm.
Used in Millions of TTmes 40 Years the Standart
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MAP XU0TS. ,
What Onr "Bill Nye" Saw tad Heard
In Hit Bambllngt.
Will. Gregory aud Chat. Dockitader
are running Wm. Davldaon't hop yard.
Norman Baldwin, who workt for
Geo. Bolter, hat talked people' party
until he hat neuralgia tn hia cbeekt.
Tip Taylor I ona of Buena Vhta't
solid farm-boy. He now workt for
Jouu Hkaw.
Om night tha paat week Itev. Balen
tyue of Buena Vlata, lectured to the
pupil of Lafayette eeniinary,
Joe Miller, a lucceaaful hopgrower of
Buena Vista, came from Ohio In tha
lail of '72, by the C. P. K R., oomlng
up from Han Fraxiclaoo by water.
Lewi lieliulcfc, our auoceaiful war.
houat -man ba walked from Portland
lu 12 hour, in early time he doeen't
have to now.
The populist are niaalt)g their guna
at Buena aud Parker; they will prob
ably unite tholr strength.
Wm. McClane, familiarly known aa
"Mack," hat been In the employ of the
8. P. 1L R. Co. at Muver, for several
year. Mack came from Missouri to
California lu '52; he mined for twenty
years, and at last feeiiug father tltia
sneaking on bliu, be came to Oregon
iu 'no. Ho I a vlolluist of special
merit and twang the aweot ttxalna of
"Arkaosaw Travelor" a a man maul
ing hia "lost love."
Last Friday evening waa celebrated
in "Helmiuk'a addition'' by a glorious
faiitaatic at the home of Bob DeArm
oud; the addition striug-baud furnished
the music.
John Hliaw, oue of Buena' Industri
ous fanners, I uurrylng In 100 acre of
gruiii, half-and-half wheat and oat,
tie euld he would run five plow thia
week. .
Frauk Bower la tha villlage black
smith at buver; he bt agcut for a good
plow, aud a good worker in wood and
teul baa worked lead, a he 1 a G,
A. It ' ' ': 1
There are two good store at Suver,
ruu Individually by D. Cade and W.F,
Cauthoru, respectively.
Culver Is the leader of the populistio,
Ideas iu Buena Vlata, The boys will
be orgaulzed till week and do the beat
they cau for their party.
Geo. Thorp oi Kuver, waa married to
Miss Emma Anderaou of Jefferson,
Alarlou county, last week. They went
to Halcm, thence to Portland, and back
to csuver, where a jolly dance waa an
joyed by all.
J. H. Patterson of Suver, left Illi
nois iu 'U4; wintered In Boise basin,
and lauded in the Dixie neighborhood
in 't5. '
Kd McClane runs the warehouse and
also the old MoBerth farm at Suver.
He has about 160 acres of grain sowed,
and in the warehouse, about lo,00O
bushela.
Amy Steele had a pleasant dance
and oyster supper the 7th of last,
mouth.
Wm. Colllnt aud family are back
from the Mid-wluter fair had a good
time.
Geo. Eaton waa working near Suver
last week.
At Parker Saturday, the north
bound passenger train was delayed five
minute ou account of packing, needing
fixing In the cylinder. .
For Sale. .
Five hundred bushels , of JJew .Zea-t
land white outs, for seed, by Wilcox, .
Baldwin & Co. 223 4t
Oak Wood for Sale.
Four foot oak wood for side. En
quire of J. F. O'lXmuell, or leave or-'
ders with Chas. Btaata.
100 Acres of Laud for Sale.
If you want piece ot the best land in Polk
county, near Independence, and that will be
sure to salt yon In location and price, call at ;
hia otllce for particulars. 12. at
HONORS WORLD'S FAIR.
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